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Resource: Japan Biographical Database

Today’s resource is the Japan Biographical Database. This bilingual, interactive database is a network studies project run by a research unit of the Institute of Comparative Culture, Sophia University, Tokyo. Focusing on early modern Japan, the participants have spent years … Continue reading

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Book Announcement: Women and Networks In Nineteenth-Century Japan

Women and Networks In Nineteenth-Century Japan Bettina GRAMLICH-OKA is Professor of Japanese History at Sophia University (Tokyo).MIYAZAKI Fumiko is Professor Emerita at Keisen University (Tokyo).SUGANO Noriko was Professor at Teikyo University (Tokyo).Anne WALTHALL is Professor Emerita at the University of … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Luso-Japanese Relations

Mapping Networks of Exchange in Luso-Japanese Relations, from 1540s until Today The Bulletin of Portuguese/Japanese Studies (BPJS) is an international peer reviewed journal published by the Portuguese Centre for Global History (CHAM), New University of Lisbon and University of the … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: ‘Networks and Communication in East Asia and Beyond in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries

The workshop entitled ‘Networks and Communication in East Asia and Beyond in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries’ will be taking place on 6 and 7 March, 2015, at Senate House, University of London. This workshop sets out to explore the building of … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Networks and Religious Difference in Asian Buddhist Traditions

Call for Papers: “Networks and Religious Difference in Asian Buddhist Traditions,” Vanderbilt University,April 3-4, 2015 Buddhist traditions—in all their diversity—have been formed through processes of exchange, negotiation, and contestation in the face of perceived difference. These perceptions have existed both … Continue reading

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Call For Papers: Revisiting the Emancipatory Potential of Digital Media in Asia

Call for Papers: Revisiting the Emancipatory Potential of Digital Media in Asia (23-25 January 2014 at Leiden University) The academic journal Asiascape – Digital Asia (DIAS), in collaboration with the Goto-Jones VICI project “Beyond  Utopia” funded by the  Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research … Continue reading

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